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When did the first fish live on Earth – and how do scientists figure out the timing?

By Isaac Skromne, Assistant Professor of Biology, University of Richmond
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A biologist explains how researchers nail down the age of ancient fossils thanks to a physical process called radioactive decay.The Conversation

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